5 Places I’d love to visit in Italy

May 2, 2017

Italy is high on my list of places I’m desperate to visit. Can you believe that I’ve never been before? Lets face it, I was sold the moment I saw Rome featured on the Lizzie McGuire Movie. The food, history, culture and beautiful landscapes are all calling my name. I honestly wouldn’t know where to start when booking an Italian adventure; there are too many options so I’m breaking down five places in Italy I’d love to visit.

5 Places I’d love to visit in Italy - Rome



Starting off with the obvious choice of the Italian capital of Rome. I’ve seen numerous bloggers such as Bee and Lily visit recently which has only fueled the need to book a trip. The city holds so much history with so much to see and do such as The Colosseum, Pantheon and Sistine Chapel just to name a few. I can also imagine there are a lot of hidden gems to be uncovered throughout the cities cobbled streets.

5 Places I’d love to visit in Italy - Milan



Oh, The fashionable City of Milan. I came pretty close to booking a trip last year but it all fell through. I’d really love to visit Milan during Fashion Week when it plays host to some of the fashion industry’s most iconic fashion house’s showcasing their new collections. A visit to the incredibly stunning Duomo Di Milano Cathedral would be a must do.

5 Places I’d love to visit in Italy - Sicily



Sicily sometimes gets overlooked and I’ve had a few friends who visit every Summer and their photographs just look delightful. From stunning beaches, Unesco World Heritage Sites and incredible landscapes, there certainly is a lot on offer. Traghetti PER have put together a handy infographic with their 5 landmarks for an unforgettable tour which can be viewed here. The island can be easily accessed and ferries to Sicily depart from various ports along the Italian coast.

5 Places I’d love to visit in Italy - Venice



Venice is another destination I’ve seen so many bloggers visit recently and I’m green with envy. This place is just an iconic destination with over 100 small islands separated by canals, there is so much to explore. Charl is always visiting Venice and has just posted a blogpost on how to make your trip as affordable as possible which is super handy. In between all the exploring, eating pizza and gelato, a visit to the colourful island of Burano would be a must visit.

5 Places I’d love to visit in Italy - Amalfi Coast


The Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast just looks like the dreamiest and most instagrammable destinations. With so many beautiful towns along the coast, it would be rude not to explore them all. Positano and Sorrento are high on my list and would be perfect bases for day trips over to Pompeii or Capri.

Believe it or not, this is just a very condensed list of place I’d love to visit in Italy with Florence, Lake Como, Verona, Naples, Sanremo, Lucca and Pisa all high up on my list. Fingers crossed, I’ll finally take the plunge and book a trip to Italy in the next year so I can immerse myself in the food, culture and history.

Have you been to any of the places mentioned? Where’s your favourite place in Italy?


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10 comments so far.

10 responses to “5 Places I’d love to visit in Italy”

  1. Sally Akins says:

    Yep, all of those are on my travel wishlist – Italy is such an amazing country, I definitely want to go back and visit again

  2. angela milnes says:

    Italy was one of the Beautiful places to visit and this is one of my bucket lists too, I’d love to go there someday

  3. I’ve been to Rome before and it’s amazing and I’m going back there and doing Venice in November. I want to visit everywhere else on your list too x

  4. Ooh Italy is top of my wish list and somewhere I am hoping to go this year!!

  5. Tanya says:

    I’ve not been to Italy but like you I fell in love after Lizzie McGuire too! This is what dreams are made of 🙂 I bet Milan during Fashion Week would be amazing, to be far I’d love to go to all the Fashion Weeks overseas if I could afford it

  6. The Amalfi Coast is on my bucket list too and Florence x

  7. francesca says:

    You’ve absolutely nailed it! These are all the places I’d love to visit in Italy and being an Italian myself I feel like I really need to visit soon!

  8. Lottie says:

    Italy looks like such a beautiful place! Itd love to go. I’d really like to go to Verona. You’ve picked some fantastic places.

  9. Zara says:

    Ahh I am just back from Italy, I was lucky enough to be able to book a trip to Verona and Venice for my 21st! Thank you Ryanair and your 10 euro flights. I would definitely say a trip to Venice is a must it is such a unique place. At times I genuinely felt like I was in some sort of magical wonderland. Burano was also a highlight it was just so fun and vibrant and different from the mainland. I’ve already published a few posts about my trip and am in the process of writing my Venice travel guide on my blog too. I’ve seen some beautiful posts on Positano so that is next on my Italy list along with Rome (inspired by the Lizzie Maguire movie of course ha!) xx

  10. I am going to Tuscany next month so it will be my first time in Italy but I would love to visit Sicily and Venice as well! x

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